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Past articles by Jason:

Firefighters hospitalized after blaze that caused severe damage to 2 downtown homes

House fires on the 900 block of High Street in downtown Macon, Georgia, caused significant damage to 2 homes and reached third home. 4 firefighters were hospitalized and released. → Read More

Performance leads to bonuses for Bibb County teachers

Bibb County schools Superintendent Curtis Jones speaks about the two-percent bonus the school board approved for teachers. → Read More

French-inspired restaurant from longtime Macon chef set to open on Bass Road

Christian Losito, who sold The Back Burner restaurant in 2015 is opening a new French-inspired restaurant on Bass Road. → Read More

Need to relieve some stress? Come try out for this all-female team

The Middle Georgia Derby Demons is open to men and women who want to try roller derby for fun, exercise or stress relief. The team is hosting a scrimmage April 27 at Central City Park and two matches later in the year. → Read More

Norfolk Southern shows off eco locomotive in Brosnan Yard

Mark Duve with Norfolk Southern talks about an eco locomotive the company at using in Brosnan Yard in Macon. The railroad company welcomed guests and media to view one of the five eco locomotives April 19, 2019. → Read More

Aviation partnership is win-win for Robins AFB, Central Georgia Technical College

Shane Waldon, division chair of Central Georgia Technical College Aerospace and Transportation discusses the College's aviation program and recently announced partnership with Robins Air Force Base. → Read More

She lost her husband to suicide in 2008 but just recently told their children

Kyle James, an addiction counselor for Coliseum Health System, talks about the loss of her husband from suicide in 2008 and how she told her children. James spoke at a suicide awareness symposium April 11, 2019, at Riverside United Methodist Church. → Read More

Georgia couple gets married hours after losing everything in house fire

Monroe County, Gerogia, couple Caleb and Catherine Kehl Fuller lost everything they owned in a fire on March 30, 2019, hours before they were set to get married. The ceremony went on. → Read More

Here’s why most peaches are picked and thrown away

Owner Al Pearson f Pearson Farm talks about this year's peach crop and the importance of thinning out peach trees. → Read More

Macon park finishes close second in national competition

Chris Floore, Macon Bibb County spokesman, talks about Amerson River Park finishing second for the 2019 ELGL Knope Award. The award given by Engaging Local Government Leaders and is named after Leslie Knope from the NBC comedy “Parks and Recreation.” → Read More

Former Boeing Co. facility to become home of Robins, technical college partnership

Robins Commander Gen. John C. Kubinec, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and U.S. Sen. David Perdue speak about the announcement of the partnership between Central Georgia Technical College and Robins Air Force Base at the former Boeing Co. facility. → Read More

Senator Perdue responds to Teresa Tomlinson taking steps to run against him in 2020 senate race

Senator David Perdue answered a question from the media about former Columbus mayor Teresa Tomlinson taking steps to run against him in 2020 senate race. → Read More

Three generations of Macon family has volunteered over 30 years at annual flea market

Gloria Wynn has volunteered at Historic Macon's flea market since 1983 and members of her family have volunteered for over 30 years. → Read More

Need something new to read? There’s 50,000 options at this Macon book sale

Hundreds of book lovers and bargain shoppers lined up Thursday for the Macon-Bibb County Friends of the Library spring Old Book Sale in Macon, GA. The bi-annual sale runs through Saturday. → Read More

Score great deals and great books at Friends of the Library Old Book Sale

Hundreds of book lovers and bargain shoppers lined up early Thursday for the Macon-Bibb County Friends of the Library Old Book Sale at 2720 Riverside Drive. The sale runs through Saturday. → Read More

New Mercer coach on playing in NCAA tournament “I want them to feel how special that is.”

Newly appointed Mercer men's basketball coach Greg Gary spoke to the media April 3, 2019, after an introductory press conference to fans and alumni. → Read More

This Middle Georgia college has one of the nation’s largest collections of animal skeletons

Biology professor Barry K. Rhoades and students at Wesleyan College over more than a decade have built one of nation’s largest collections of articulated animal skeletons at a small college. → Read More

Embraer announces it’s doubling their workforce in Macon after 6 months

Johann Bordais, president and CEO of Embraer Services and Support announced the company will hire a total of 200 people Tuesday during an open house at Embraer's facility at the Middle Georgia Regional Airport. → Read More

Muscogee Nation Chief on National Park “When we come back, to us it’s coming back home”

Muscogee (Creek) Nation Principal Chief James Floyd, left and Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park Superintendent Jim David cut a ribbon March 25, 2019 evening during a ceremony to recognize the park's recent expansion. → Read More

2019 Cherry Blossom Festival Parade

Thousands of people lined Cherry and Mulberry streets Sunday for the 38th Cherry Blossom Festival Parade. → Read More